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Panel to probe Manika's 'fixing' claims against coach

Panel to probe Manika's 'fixing' claims against coach

Rediff.com11 Sep 2021

Janendra Jain and Parth Goswami are the two lawyers in the panel while Yashpal Rana is the other member.

UNSC expects Taliban to adhere to commitments

UNSC expects Taliban to adhere to commitments

Rediff.com31 Aug 2021

The Council adopted the resolution proposed by France, the United Kingdom and the United States with 13 Council members voting in favour and Russia and China abstaining.

Bank stocks, global markets lift Sensex by 139 points

Bank stocks, global markets lift Sensex by 139 points

Rediff.com23 Jul 2021

ICICI Bank was the top gainer in the Sensex pack, rising over 3 per cent, followed by ITC, SBI, HCL Tech, Axis Bank, Bajaj Finserv and Tech Mahindra. NSE Nifty advanced 32 points to 15,856.05.

India's Top Travel Destinations for 2021

India's Top Travel Destinations for 2021

Rediff.com25 Jun 2021

A significant 69% respondents indicated keen interest to travel in 2021 post ease in restrictions with 18% ready to travel immediately post unlock and 51% within 3-6 months.

IOC president Bach to visit Japan in July ahead of Olympics

IOC president Bach to visit Japan in July ahead of Olympics

Rediff.com20 May 2021

International Olympic Committee president Thomas Bach will visit Japan from July 12, ahead of the start of the Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games.

Tokyo Oly: Should athletes get prioritise for vaccine?

Tokyo Oly: Should athletes get prioritise for vaccine?

Rediff.com8 Jan 2021

Games could still go ahead with mass athlete participation, but only if they were vaccinated.

Why China, Pakistan want Gilgit Baltistan

Why China, Pakistan want Gilgit Baltistan

Rediff.com9 Nov 2020

Gilgit Baltistan's large frontage with Kashmir and Ladakh across Kargil and the Siachen Glacier gives Pakistan and China the perceived scope for conduct of collusive operations against India and wrest control of the major course of the Indus and Shyok, observes Lieutenant General Syed Ata Hasnain (retd).

'Xi Jinping has got himself in a mess'

'Xi Jinping has got himself in a mess'

Rediff.com14 Oct 2020

'If one puts the context of what Xi Jinping said at the UN about not wanting a 'hot or cold war with any country', one realises that his speech was quite bizarre.' 'The world does not expect such statements from China, a nation aspiring to be a superpower.

Why am I not in national camp? asks Kashyap

Why am I not in national camp? asks Kashyap

Rediff.com25 Aug 2020

P Kashyap insisted that he too has an outside chance of qualifying for the Tokyo Games but he has no way to pursue it as he can't train at the camp.

'Hopefully, the curve should flatten out by monsoon'

'Hopefully, the curve should flatten out by monsoon'

Rediff.com27 Apr 2020

'If it doesn't happen, we may be in for a difficult time.' 'Our biggest problem is our population and the fact we are a very social people.' 'However, I would say two months is more than enough time for things to settle down.'

UK records biggest single-day COVID-19 deaths of 381

UK records biggest single-day COVID-19 deaths of 381

Rediff.com31 Mar 2020

Cabinet Office minister Michael Gove said as part of exploring every avenue to slow the spread of the pandemic in the UK, tests are also being carried out on several drugs, including anti-malaria drugs, to establish their usefulness in curing COVID-19.

Japan coronavirus cases hit 1,000 mark as Tokyo insists Olympics on track

Japan coronavirus cases hit 1,000 mark as Tokyo insists Olympics on track

Rediff.com5 Mar 2020

Japan's confirmed coronavirus infections rose above 1,000 as Olympics organisers dismissed speculation that the Tokyo Summer Games could be cancelled.

Japan committed to hosting Olympics on schedule even as virus spreads

Japan committed to hosting Olympics on schedule even as virus spreads

Rediff.com5 Mar 2020

Japan is preparing to host the Tokyo Summer Olympics as planned, the government's top spokesman said on Wednesday, amid speculation the Games could be postponed because of the coronavirus threat.

Could Tokyo Olympics be postponed due to coronavirus?

Could Tokyo Olympics be postponed due to coronavirus?

Rediff.com3 Mar 2020

Tokyo's Olympic 2020 contract allows it to postpone the Games until the end of the year, Japan's Olympics minister said on Tuesday, amid concern the coronavirus could disrupt the event. To curb the coronavirus, Japan's government has asked schools to close and encouraged the curtailment of events, including sports meetings, that could attract large crowds.

GST: States, FinMin at loggerheads over compensation

GST: States, FinMin at loggerheads over compensation

Rediff.com18 Dec 2019

While Union Finance Minister Nirmala Sitharaman reiterated her stand that the central government was committed to cooperative federalism, finance ministers of non-BJP ruled states such as Punjab and Kerala said she refused to give a categorical assurance that states will be paid compensation on time.

Extras: City's appeal against financial probe thrown out

Extras: City's appeal against financial probe thrown out

Rediff.com15 Nov 2019

News of all that transpired on and off the football field.

It's business as usual at Thomas Cook India

It's business as usual at Thomas Cook India

Rediff.com23 Sep 2019

The collapse of Thomas Cook in the UK has no impact whatsoever in terms of ownership, business, people, technology or processes to us at Thomas Cook India: Madhavan Menon, chairman & managing director, TCIL.

It's business as usual at Thomas Cook India

It's business as usual at Thomas Cook India

Rediff.com23 Sep 2019

The collapse of Thomas Cook in the UK has no impact whatsoever in terms of ownership, business, people, technology or processes to us at Thomas Cook India: Madhavan Menon, chairman & managing director, TCIL.

PICS: 2020 Olympic medals made from recycled metals

PICS: 2020 Olympic medals made from recycled metals

Rediff.com24 Jul 2019

Tokyo 2020 medals unveiled a year before Games

2020 Olympic medals made from recycled metals

2020 Olympic medals made from recycled metals

Rediff.com24 Jul 2019

Tokyo 2020 medals unveiled a year before Games

China preparing to resume contact with the Dalai Lama?

China preparing to resume contact with the Dalai Lama?

Rediff.com24 Jun 2019

The Chinese Communist party has not closed its door of contacts and negotiation with the Dalai Lama, a senior Communist leader wrote recently. Former RA&W officer and China expert Jayadeva Ranade explains what the thinking on Tibet is likely in Beijing.

'Great risk to nations from undermining independence of central bank'

'Great risk to nations from undermining independence of central bank'

Rediff.com28 Oct 2018

'The Reserve Bank's independence has remained a work in progress, an enduring challenge that the nation has been grappling with on an ongoing basis,' says RBI Deputy Governor Dr Viral Acharya.

PF dues: An IMPORTANT lesson

PF dues: An IMPORTANT lesson

Rediff.com21 Sep 2018

How a chartered accountant won the battle against his company of interest on his PF dues

Three legal precedents that may impact arrested activists' case

Three legal precedents that may impact arrested activists' case

Rediff.com4 Sep 2018

N Sathiya Moorthy goes back in time to dig up three cases that may not have any citation in legal text-books or lawyers' ready-reckoners quoted before courts but which may still have a bearing on the current case against the arrested activists.

Why Trump has left Obama's legacy in ashes

Why Trump has left Obama's legacy in ashes

Rediff.com6 Aug 2018

'Trump's desecration of all that Obama represented can be seen at different levels: Personal, political, systemic and structural,' explains Ambassador B S Prakash.

Xi wants China to be the world's top power

Xi wants China to be the world's top power

Rediff.com21 Oct 2017

'Xi's emphasis on enhancing conventional military deterrence capabilities, joint operations and power projection are likely to increase friction points with India as with other nations,' points out China expert Srikanth Kondapalli.

Super-filmi week: Long live Aamir's Model School!

Super-filmi week: Long live Aamir's Model School!

Rediff.com30 May 2017

A childhood favourite turned silver. A childhood icon passed away. And a childhood heartthrob from Hollywood showed up to surprise a movie screening. Sukanya Verma's super-filmi week.

Database State to Surveillance State

Database State to Surveillance State

Rediff.com31 Jan 2017

The plan of UID/Aadhaar-based surveillance does not end with the collection of fingerprints and iris scan, it goes quite beyond it and poses a lethal threat to the idea of India, says Gopal Krishna.

IOC offers Rio lifeline to Russian track and field athletes

IOC offers Rio lifeline to Russian track and field athletes

Rediff.com22 Jun 2016

Individual Russian track and field athletes assessed as clean will be able to compete for their country in Brazil, the Olympic Games' top official said on Tuesday, diluting a blanket ban the sport's global federation had called for.

India pitches for ratings upgrade with Fitch

India pitches for ratings upgrade with Fitch

Rediff.com7 Jun 2016

Fitch Ratings had in December affirmed India's 'BBB-' rating with a stable outlook.

Manchester United: The Three Key Mistakes...

Manchester United: The Three Key Mistakes...

Rediff.com25 May 2016

As Manchester United prepare to embark on a new era following Louis van Gaal;s departure, Bikash Mohapatra/Rediff.com offers a diagnosis of what went wrong with the most successful Premier League club after Sir Alex Ferguson called it a day.

Ancient grains make a comeback in Indian kitchens

Ancient grains make a comeback in Indian kitchens

Rediff.com13 May 2016

Make modern meals from ancient grains.

'Wonder what they are trying to hide'

'Wonder what they are trying to hide'

Rediff.com21 Mar 2016

'The Indian government has accepted and is a party to international agreements, standards and conventions on religious freedom.' 'We did not force it on them. We are not trying to impose something on them that they haven't already agreed to...' 'India has never allowed us to visit, which is very disappointing for such a wonderful country with such a rich democratic tradition. They seem to be afraid to let us in.'

Real possibility of govt delaying fiscal deficit targets: Fitch

Real possibility of govt delaying fiscal deficit targets: Fitch

Rediff.com8 Dec 2015

The government has to take difficult decisions in the budget, which can include cutting subsidies to curb expenditure on items like fertilisers and also upping revenues.

'If people get two square meals and a job, they won't take to guns'

'If people get two square meals and a job, they won't take to guns'

Rediff.com1 Dec 2015

'The only positive I see are the youth of India who were earlier just after money. The young now want to do something for society.'

What Cognizant's strong shows mean for Indian IT firms

What Cognizant's strong shows mean for Indian IT firms

Rediff.com7 Aug 2015

'Cognizant's results indicate that digital related spends can more than offset headwinds in traditional services'

We don't need religious freedom lectures from the US

We don't need religious freedom lectures from the US

Rediff.com8 May 2015

'Your constant reiteration on the lack of religious freedom in India has sown doubts about the kind of information that you are being fed and based on which you seem to be making adverse references to India and its tradition of religious tolerance.'

Icing on the cake of a remarkable career: Thomas Kailath

Icing on the cake of a remarkable career: Thomas Kailath

Rediff.com10 Dec 2014

Professor Thomas Kailath was tickled that a phrase he had used -- that scientists are 'intrinsically hopeful' -- and which President Barack Obama had used thrice, had captured the people's imagination.

Blatter, Rousseff brush off World Cup problems

Blatter, Rousseff brush off World Cup problems

Rediff.com24 Jan 2014

Their meeting at FIFA headquarters came two days after officials in Curitiba, one of the 12 World Cup venues, were given until February 18 to prove they can get their stadium ready or risk exclusion from the tournament.

Review: Mammootty disappoints in Kadal Kadannu Oru Mathukkutty

Review: Mammootty disappoints in Kadal Kadannu Oru Mathukkutty

Rediff.com9 Aug 2013

Mammootty looks jaded and director Ranjith has done a shoddy job.

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